A few days back, the Galaxy A8 (2018) obtained the most recent security patch update. Samsung is presently cultivating the May 2021 Security Patch update to the Four-year-old Galaxy J3 (2017) smartphone. The new update is taking place on the build version J330NKOU6CUD1. At the moment, the company has restricted the update only to the South Korean markets.
The firmware shows up with the May 2021 Security Patch and makes changes for the Application of stabilization code related to terminal security. Other than these, there’s no more available in this update. Nonetheless, we ought to express gratitude toward Samsung for delivering the most recent security patch to the 2017 smartphone. As always, we have dropped the changelog below.
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A few months back, Samsung has guaranteed four years of security patch updates to the smartphones launched in or after 2019. But, the Galaxy J3 was presented back in 2017, and it is still getting security updates biannually. It shows how viably Samsung is chipping away at finishing its promises.
As the update is following a phase-wise rollout, it generally takes a few days or weeks in some cases to reach all the units. Likewise, the update can be checked manually from Settings>Software updates and check for the updates.
Samsung Galaxy J3 (2017) Specifications
Samsung unveiled the Galaxy J3 in 2017 with Android 7.0 (Nougat) on the top. It flaunts a 5.0-inch PLS display with 720 x 1280 pixels resolution. There’s a 13-MP rear camera and a 5-Mp selfie camera. A Quad-core processor-based Exynos 7570 Quad (14 nm) powers the device. It was official with 2GB RAM, 16GB storage, and a 2,400 mAh battery.